Pine welcomes Ryan Gerner as Service Coordinator for Pine Certified Service – the field service division of Pine Test Equipment.
Gyratory compaction involves metal-to-metal interactions. These interfaces need proper lubrication to function as intended and produce consistent specimens over an extended period of time.
Proper end plate orientation really does matter.
I know that AASHTO T312 requires a gyratory compactor to operate at an internal angle of gyration of 1.16° ±0.02°. But, what impact does variation in this angle really...